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SPS presents the training calendar for data analysis with Statistics

To improve your Data Analysis skills, here is the SPS classroom proposal starting in the autumn


Bologna, 27 June 2019 - SPS, historic player in the world of Analytics,

he defined theStatistics training calendar,

with dates starting in the fall.

To improve your Data Analysis skills,

it is possible to choose between different paths, also configured

depending on the sector of origin:

Health, Social & Economic, Environment and Tourism.

The courses are proposed with an introductory preparatory phase,

consisting of two appointments: the INTRO training where newbies of the Statistics for Data Analysis solution deepen the themes of descriptive and inferential statistics; the TSC training which instead offers a overview of the main parametric and non-parametric statistical tests, to identify the optimal technique in relation to the type of data and the objectives of the analysis.

“How many times has it happened to have so much data in your hands and not know how to interpret it? I can honestly say that attending SPS courses has been really essential. Now the statistic seems to me not only extremely useful, but also fun!” said Gian Luca Malvicini, at the end of the Environment path.

The training proposal of SPS is designed to meet the needs of those who work in the world of analytics and for already advanced users, in-depth vertical training is available, ranging from Regression, to Survival Analysis, to Propensity Score, up to Multivariate analysis.

Most of the courses last 2 consecutive days and the city of choice is Milan.


The SPS courses have an extremely practical cut, thanks to the numerous exercises offered and the professionalism of the teachers. Historians in this role are: Antonella Santucci, specialist in medical statistics and epidemiology and Arianna Azzellino, professor at the Milan Polytechnic, expert in the analysis of environmental and biological data, active not only in the environmental sector but also in the biomedical field.

Participants in the SPS trainings receive the course attendance certificate, the training kit to autonomously retrace the exercises and a copy of the courseware used during the training activity, as well as the SPSS Statistics for Data Analysis Solution useful for carrying out the exercises independently during the appointment.

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